In a progress report on metallurgical testwork undertaken by IHC Robbins in Brisbane on a 100 Kg bulk sample of mineralised material from Koko Massava Mineral Resource, MRG Metals Limited (ASX:MRQ) has yet again demonstrated a methodical approach to the Corridor Central and Corridor South project development.
The metallurgical analysis has provided clarity on HMS assemblage data while successfully generating three potential products that have viable smelter alternatives- a potential titano-magnetite product, potential ilmenite product and a potential non-magnetic concentrate (zircon/rutile enriched). Moreover, metallurgical test work affirmed material to be amenable to development of a simple process comprising of a feed preparation process, wet concentration process & mineral separation process.
MRQ was trading at $ 0.009 on 13 July 2020 (11:46 AM AEST)
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